Le Neuf Cafe: Brunch in Toronto

Diana Chan November 4, 2014 Brunch, Cafe, Four Beakers, French, Toronto


Le Neuf Cafe is located near Spadina and King by Clarence Square Dog Park. This cafe is cute because it’s located among a row of cozy town houses. The cafe is founded and staffed by lifelong Parisians, so you may get a bit of some attitude when ordering.

Flo took us here when we were in Toronto and it was a delight to try some authentic French brunch.


It was very busy when we came here at 10:30am, but barely managed to get a table for 5.


Cappuccino ($3.75) is large and topped with a good amount of foam.


Benedicto ($12.90) has prosciutto, basil, tomato, and hollandaise. You can choose it to be served on top of brioche or english muffin. There are sides of homefries and salad. The egg was poached perfectly and oozed all over the brioche bread.


Mediterranean Galettes ($13.95) is a savoury crepe with prosciutto, fresh tomato, basil and mozzarella. The galette was really good!


French Toast ($11.50) is served with fruit, cinnamon butter, housemade caramel and topped with powdered sugar.


Overall, the food is pretty decent and the cafe has a really nice charm. Service is ok, but if you ask for customizations, the staff might get feisty.

We Rate Le Neuf Cafe:

9 Clarence Sq
Toronto, ON


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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